I'm sending a picture to a database and storing it in an image column
where EditAttach is the path for the picture.
This all seems to work. However I don't know how to get this information back.
I'd like to have the name of the file or a simple notification (I can set up some kind of icon) to tell the user that a picture exists. He could then double-click on it...
But for now I'm more worried about getting the info back.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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